Jean-Pierre Rampal: The Complete HMV Recordings 1951-1976 | Erato 2564619039

Jean-Pierre Rampal: The Complete HMV Recordings 1951-1976

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Label: Erato

Cat No: 2564619039

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 16

Release Date: 11th September 2015

Contents

Artists

Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute)

Artists

Jean-Pierre Rampal (flute)

About

Jean-Pierre Rampal became the first exponent of the solo flute in modern times to establish it on the international concert circuit, and to attract acclaim and large audiences comparable to those enjoyed by celebrity singers, pianists, and violinists.

His playing style was characterised by an exceptionally beautiful sound and a phenomenal virtuosity, but above all a magnificent intuition and sense of expression. Highly refined musicality, impeccable taste, elegance of phrasing, subtlety of tone colours, stunning sense of communication, irresistible presence and spirituality... all extraordinary qualities which marked generations and generations of music lovers and musicians.

Rampal is also well known for recovering a vast number of flute compositions from the Baroque era – with Erato team complicity, and spurring contemporary composers, such as Francis Poulenc, to create new works that have become modern standards in the flautist's repertoire.

His flair and presence paved the way for the next generation of flautist superstars such as James Galway and Emmanuel Pahud.

Contents:
CD 1
[77.36]
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN
- Austrian air, Op.105 no.3 (“A Schüsserl und a Reindl”)
- Tyrolean air, Op.107 no.1 (“I bin a Tiroler Bua”)
- Scottish air, Op.107 no.6 (“Peggy’s daughter”)
- Russian air, Op.107 no.7 (“Schöne Minka”)
- Trio in G major WoO 37 for flute, bassoon and piano
Claude DEBUSSY
- Sonata L.137 for flute, alto and harp
Johann Sebastian BACH
- Sonata in G minor BWV 1020 for flute and harpsichord (attrib.)
- Sonata in E major BWV 1035 for flute and continuo

CD 2 [68.47]
Johann Sebastian BACH
- Sonata in C major BWV 1033 for flute and continuo
- Sonata in E minor BWV 1034 for flute and continuo
- Sonata in B minor BWV 1030 for flute and harpsichord
- Sonata in E flat major BWV 1031 for flute and harpsichord (attrib.)
- Sonata in A major BWV 1032 for flute and harpsichord
- Sonata (Partita) in A minor BWV 1013 for solo flute

CD 3 [55.12]
Félix MENDELSSOHN
- Scherzo from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”, incidental music Op.61
Vincenzo BELLLINI
- Aria “Casta Diva” from “La Norma” (Act 1)
Manuel DE FALLA
- Concerto for harpsichord, flute, oboe, clarinet, violin and cello
Gian Francesco MALIPIERO
- Dialoghi IV per 5 strumenti “a perdifiato”
Maurice RAVEL
- Introduction et Allegro, M. 46, for harp, flute, clarinet and string quartet
- Chansons Madécasses, M 78, for voice, flute, cello and piano, on poems by Evariste Parny

CD 4 [62.27]
Igor STRAVINSKY
- Octet for wind instruments (1922-23) (flute, clarinet, 2 bassoons, 2 trumpets and 2 trombones)
Arthur HONEGGER
- Concerto da camera H.196, for flute, english horn and chamber (string) orchestra
- Romance for flute and piano
Amable MASSIS
- Pastorale for flute and piano
Henri GAGNEBIN
- Marche des gais lurons for flute and piano
- Concerto in C major for flute and orchestra (14.06)
François-Joseph GOSSEC
- Rondo in D major for flute, violin, harp and orchestra

CD 5 [73.11]
Johann Sebastian BACH
- Suite no.2 in B minor BWV 1067 for flute, strings and continuo
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART
- Serenade n°10 in B flat major KV 361 for 13 wind instruments, “Grande Sérénade”
- Adagio in B flat major KV 411 for 2 clarinets and 3 basset horns
- Canonical Adagio in F major KV 410 for 2 basset horns and bassoon

CD 6 [79.54]
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART
- Serenade no.11 in E flat major KV 375 for wind octet
- Serenade no.12 in C minor KV 388 for wind octet
- Adagio and Rondo in C minor KV 617 for celesta, flute, oboe, viola and cello
Albert ROUSSEL
- Divertissement Op.6 for wind quintet and piano
- Sérénade Op.30 for harp, flute and string trio

CD 7 [68.42]
Johann Sebastian BACH
- Brandenburg Concerto no.2 in F major BWV 1047 for trumpet, flute, oboe, violin, strings and continuo
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART
- Concerto no.1 in G major KV 313, for flute and orchestra
- Concerto no.2 in D major KV 314, for flute and orchestra
- Andante in C major KV 315, for flute and orchestra
- Rondo in D major KVanh. 184, for flute and orchestra (orig. for violin, KV 313)

CD 8 [78.11]
Antonio VIVALDI
- 6 concertos Op.10 for flute, strings and continuo
Wolfgang Amadeus MOZART
- Concerto in C major KV 299 for flute, harp and orchestra

CD 9 [71.33]
Johann Sebastian BACH
- Suite no.2 in B minor BWV 1067 for flute, strings and continuo
Domenico CIMAROSA
- Symphonie Concertante in G major for flute, oboe and orchestra (orig. for 2 flutes)
Joseph HAYDN
- Notturno no.1 in C major, Hob.II no.25, for flute, oboe, 2 horns, 2 violins, 2 violas, cello and double-bass, “for the King of Naples”
Johann Sebastian BACH
- Concerto in A minor BWV 1044 for flute, violin, harpsichord, strings and continuo

CD 10 [77.10]
Antonio VIVALDI
6 concertos for flute, strings and continuo (2nd series)
- Concerto in D major RV 429 (F. VI no.10)
- Concerto in C minor RV 441 (F. VI no.11)
- Concerto in G major RV 436 (F. VI no.8)
- Concerto in D major RV 427 (F. VI no.3)
- Concerto in A minor RV 440 (F. VI no.7)
- Concerto in G major RV 438 (F. VI no.6)
Georg Philipp TELEMANN
- Suite in a minor, TWV 55:a 2, for flute, strings and continuo (orig. for recorder)

CD 11 [62.59]
Georg Philipp TELEMANN
- Concerto in D major TWV 51:D A1, for flute, strings and continuo
- Concerto in G major TWV 51:G A1, for flute, strings and continuo
Joseph HAYDN
- Concerto in D major H.VIIf D1, for flute and strings
- Sonata no.1 in C major Op.87 for flute and piano (transcription by the author of string quartet Hob.III/72, Op.74 no.1)

CD 12 [73.47]
Joseph HAYDN
- Sonata no.8 in G major Op.90 for flute and piano (transcription by the author of string quartet Hob.III/81, Op.77 no.1)
Antonio VIVALDI attrib. / original composer : Nicolas Chédeville
Six sonatas Op.13, “Il Pastor Fido”, for flute and continuo
- Sonata no.1 RV 54 in C major
- Sonata no.2 RV 56 in C major
- Sonata no.3 RV 57 in G major
- Sonata no.4 RV 59 in A major
- Sonata no.5 RV 55 in C major
- Sonata no.6 RV 58 in G minor

CD 13 [79.44]
Georg Philipp TELEMANN
- Sonata in F minor TWV 41:fis 1 for flute and continuo (Getreue Musikmeister, no.36 – orig. for recorder or bassoon)
- Sonata in B minor TWV 41:h 4, for flute and continuo (Tafelmusik - Production I, no.5)
- Trio Sonata in B flat major TWV 42:B 4, for flute and harpsichord (Essercizii Musici overo Dodeci Soli e Dodeci Trii a diversi stromenti, no.16)
- Concerto no.1 in D major TWV 42:D 6, for flute and harpsichord (from "Six Concerts et Six Suites...")
Robert SCHUMANN
- Three Romances Op.94 for flute and piano
Frédéric CHOPIN
- Variations on a theme from G. Rossini’s Cenerentola for flute and piano
Franz SCHUBERT
- Introduction and variations Op.160 (D. 802) on the theme “Trockne Blumen” from “Die Schöne Müllerin”, for flute and piano

CD 14 [78.10]
Joseph HAYDN
- 6 quartets Op.5 for flute and string trio
Ludwig van BEETHOVEN
- Serenade in D major Op.25 for flute, violin and viola

CD 15 [58.35]
Georg Friedrich HÄNDEL
- “Cara Sposa”, aria from opera Rinaldo HWV 7, for baritone, flute and continuo
Georg Philipp TELEMANN
- Cantata Ihr Völker, hört TWV 1:921 for baritone, flute and continuo ("Harmonischer Gottes-Dienst", no.3)
Johann Sebastian BACH
- Aria from Cantata BWV 13 (Meine Seufzer, meine Tränen) for baritone, flute and continuo (orig. with recorder)
- Recitative and Aria from Cantata BWV 123 (Liebster Immanuel, Herzog der Frommen) for baritone, flute and continuo
Jean-Philippe RAMEAU
- Cantata Thétis for baritone, flute and continuo (Cantate à une voix avec symphonie)
Ravi SHANKAR
- "The enchanted dawn", for flute and harp (based on Raga Mian-ki Todi)
- "Morning love", for flute, sitar, tabla and tanpura (based on Raga Nata-Bhairavi)

CD 16 [59.35]
- A conversation with JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL
with Arrand Parsons, program annotator for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and faculty member of the School of Music at Northwestern University, and George Stone, program director of Radio Station WEFM
- Interview of JEAN-PIERRE RAMPAL
by Aline Desalle

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